Litentry to Provide Aggregated Identity Service to Cere Network and Aggregate its Enterprise Customer Identity
Cere Network, a Decentralized Data and Finance Cloud platform in the Polkadot ecosystem, is focusing on the best experience of enterprise customer data integration and collaboration over blockchain. We are happy to announce that Litentry is partnering with Cere to join forces on optimizing Cere’s enterprise customer identity service.
In the partnership, Litentry will provide aggregated identity data service to the Cere Network with Cere integrating Litentry’s identity data scheme into its Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC) Platform. This increases Cere’s interoperability in enterprise customer identification by enabling users to inquire about their customers’ on-chain identity through Litentry, with provided data models such as DeFi credit record, on-chain governance engagement, and more.
Vice versa, Litentry will integrate Cere’s enterprise customer identity model into its data libraries, to allow external (D)apps to utilize Cere’s user identity data under user authorization for computing higher metaphysical identity.
As part of this partnership, Litentry will also join the SaaS-Defi alliance, which is set to establish universal protocol standards for the Enterprise DeFi space and improve communications between the enterprises and the DeFi ecosystem. Other members of the SaaS-DeFi alliance include Binance Smart Chain, Elrond, Chainlink, Matic, Reef, and more.
About Cere Network
Cere Network is the first Decentralized Data Cloud platform in alliance with Polkadot, optimized for service data integration and data collaboration. While harnessing similar goals to that of cloud platforms like Snowflake, Cere DCC is delivering a new level of data privacy, data agility, and data interoperability using blockchain technology. Cere Network is founded by Silicon Valley veterans with 20 years of experience from Amazon, Twitch, D-Link, and Bebo.
Litentry is a Decentralized Identity Aggregation protocol across multiple networks, it features a DID indexing mechanism and a Substrate-based credit computation network. The protocol provides a decentralized, interoperable identity aggregation service that mitigates the difficulty of resolving agnostic DID mechanisms. Litentry provides a secure vehicle through which users manage their identities and dApps obtain real-time credit/reputation of an identity owner across different blockchains.